The following are the rescheduled dates for Religious Education families:
Sunday, September 24th
Parent and Student Mandatory Orientation 12noon Mass and Meeting
Monday, September 25th
First Day of Monday Religious Education Classes
Thursday, September 28th
First Day of Thursday Religious Education Classes
St. Gregory Church is continuing to celebrate all daily Masses. Masses for the weekend of September 16th and 17th will be celebrated as scheduled. See the Mass Schedule under the Church tab for a listing of Mass times. All other parish activities are cancelled this week.
Per Archbishop Wenski, the regular scheduled Masses and other parish activities will be suspended Saturday and Sunday, September 9th and 10th. Due to the emergency and for their safety, the faithful are dispensed from their obligation to attend Mass this weekend. (cf. Canon 87)
St. Gregory’s Book Discussion will resume monthly discussions Monday, September 25th, when we discuss America’s First Daughter by S. Dray & L. Kamole. We usually meet the 4th Monday of each month, September through May, in the Rectory Meeting Room, at 7:00 p.m. All parishioners are welcome. For more information, call Betty at 954-587-4667.
St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church invites you to attend a healing Mass and rosary on “the Exaltation of the Holy Cross.” Time: Mass at 7:00 p.m. Following with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and the rosary. Date: On “The Exaltation of the Holy Cross,” Thursday, September 14, 2017. Renown author and international retreat director, Sister Philip Marie Burle, CPPS will pray the Rosary of Our Lady of Fatima for family healing. Come join us! Call 954-473-6261.
Our prayers and hearts go out to the families that have lost loved ones along with those who have lost homes and businesses, and their sense of peace and normalcy due to Hurricane Harvey. To assist our brothers and sisters in the many areas affected by “Harvey” I am asking each of the 109 Catholic parishes and missions in the Archdiocese of Miami to take up an emergency collection this weekend, September 2nd and 3rd. The financial donations received from this special collection will help support the humanitarian, infrastructure and recovery efforts by of the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops and help provide pastoral and rebuilding support to the impacted dioceses. If you are unable to make a donation today, please be generous next weekend in the collection basket and mention Hurricane Harvey in the memo line. The Archdiocese of Miami cannot accept donations of food, water, clothing, building supplies, or other items. Thank you for your kindness. Most Reverend Thomas G. Wenski Archbishop of Miami